On Commencement Day, June 28, luncheon will be served in the Union to members between 12 and 2 o'clock. President Roosevelt will call at 1.15 o'clock. The price of the luncheon will be $1, and applications must be made at the office of the Union or by mail to the Treasurer of the Union before Thursday, June 22. As only 500 persons can be accommodated, applications will be filled strictly in the order of their receipt. In case more members apply than can be accommodated, their applications and money will be returned. Tickets will not be sent to members, but will be held at the office of the Union, where they may be called for on Commencement Day.
Pres. Roosevelt in Union on June 28
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